Paul G — #4

Last time we were here, Paul had plunged himself into a truly despicable role as a slave trader in Louisiana who played a fundamental role in the fate of Solomon Northup, a free man abducted in Washington D.C. to be sold into slavery in the south, where he'd remain for 12 years. Given that we've … Continue reading Paul G — #4

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Paul G — #2

Last time we were here, Paul was getting all his buttons pushed by controversial radio deejay Howard Stern in the underrated 1997 comedy/biopic Private Parts. In that first edition of this latest character study we became privy to Paul's intense irascibility, and as crazy as he became he was on some level, empathetic due to the … Continue reading Paul G — #2

Because Oscar Said So: Best Supporting Actor Nominees

Because Oscar Said So (B.O.S.S. for short) is yet another first for this blog. In years past I haven't spent much time going into detail about the major categories recognized at the Oscars ceremony, particularly the official selections as quite often I find myself at odds with the Academy's choices. Longtime readers of the site … Continue reading Because Oscar Said So: Best Supporting Actor Nominees

Actor Interview: Aussie Paul Eenhoorn talks ‘Land Ho!’

Experienced Aussie actor Paul Eenhoorn was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to talk about his most recent role as Colin in last summer's delightful and breezy buddy-comedy adventure Land Ho! The film tells the story of two former brothers-in-law, Colin and Mitch (Earl Lynn Nelson) who take a much-needed trip to … Continue reading Actor Interview: Aussie Paul Eenhoorn talks ‘Land Ho!’

JCR Factor #4

July, along with sweltering temperatures, brings you the fourth edition of the John C. Reilly Factor -- Thomas J's latest character study. To find more related material, visit the Features menu up top and search the sub-menu Actor Profiles. I'm not sure if anyone has ever rated JCR's sexiness on a scale of 1 - anything. Does anyone … Continue reading JCR Factor #4